The number of bricks required for 12×12 feet room is explained in this blog post. To calculate the number of bricks in 12×12 feet room, we will use some requirements and considerations. Read complete blog to know in detail.

# How Many Bricks Required for 12×12 Feet Room? Brick Calculation

Approx 2218 bricks required for 12×12 feet room of 4.5 inch with 9 feet wall height (brick work only), considering one door and one window in the room. We are using Indian standard brick size of 190×90×90 mm and mortar thickness 12 mm.

## Bricks Reacquired for 12×12 Feet Room (4.5 Inch Wall Brick Calculation)

To calculate number of bricks for 12×12 feet room, we have following requirements and considerations. In this calculation, firstly we will calculate the total area need to cover the brick work and then its volume. After that the number of bricks is calculated in 12×12 brick wall.

### Requirements and Considerations

To calculate number of bricks required in the room, we need to ensure some requirements in the room and some considerations in the construction.

**Requirements**

- Four sided walls
- One gate
- One window

Here, we are ignoring ventilation because its not required in the most of room.

**Consideration**

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Consider the following measurements to calculate the number of bricks in the room:

- Four sided wall (wall size is 9 feet height × 12 feet width)
- One door (door size is 7 feet height × 3 feet width)
- One window (window size is 4 feet height × 3 feet width)
- Brick Size (Indian standard modular brick size of 190 × 90 × 90 mm)
- Mortar thickness 12 mm (between 10 to 12 mm) and
- Wall thickness is
**4.5 Inch**

### Size of Room

We need to calculate the area of each wall separately because there are four walls in the room with one gate and one window. The total area of all four walls would be the sum of the areas of each wall after subtracting area of door and window.

- Length of the room = 12 feet
- Width of the room = 12 feet
- Height of the wall = 9 feet

### Area of Brick Walls, Door and Window Calculation

**Wall 1**(12 feet length × 9 feet height = 108 square feet)**Wall 2**(12 feet length × 9 feet height = 108 square feet)**Wall 3**(12 feet width × 9 feet height = 108 square feet)**Wall 4**(12 feet width × 9 feet height = 108 square feet)**Door 1**(3 feet width × 7 feet height = 21 square feet)**Window 1**(3 feet width × 4 feet height = 12 square feet)

Total Area of Brick Wall = Area of (Wall 1 + Wall 2 + Wall 3 + Wall 4)

= 108 + 108 + 108 + 108 =

**432 Square Feet**### Net Area of Brick Wall

Net area of brick wall is found by subtracting the area of door and window from the total area of brick wall.

Net Area of Brick Wall

= Total Area of Brick Wall - Area of Door - Area of Window

= 432 Square Feet - 21 Square Feet - 12 Square Feet =

**399 Square Feet**### Total Volume of Brick Wall

The Total Volume of Brick Wall

= Net Area of Brick Wall in Square Feet × Thickness of Brick Wall in Feet

= 399 × (4.5/12) = 149.625 Cubic Feet

### Total Number of Bricks in 12×12 Feet Room

To calculate the number of bricks required for 12×12 feet room area, first-of-all we need to calculate the volume of a single brick with mortar.

**Volume of One Brick Without Mortar**

Volume of One Brick Without Mortar

= Length x Width x Height of Brick

= 190 mm × 90 mm x 90 mm

= 1539000 mm3 or 0.05438 Cubic Feet.

**Volume of One Brick With 12 mm Thick Mortar**

Volume of One Brick With 12 mm Thick Mortar

= (Length + Mortar) × (Width + Mortar) × (Height + Mortar)

= (190 mm+ 12 mm) × (90 mm + 12 mm) × (90 mm + 12 mm)

= 202 mm × 102 mm × 102 mm

= 2101608 mm3 or 0.07422 Cubic Feet

**Total Number of Bricks in 12**×**12 Feet Room**

Total Number of Bricks

= Total Volume of Brick Wall/ Volume of One Brick With 12 mm Thick Mortar

= 149.625 Cubic Feet / 0.07422 Cubic Feet = 2016 Bricks

= 149.625 Cubic Feet / 0.07422 Cubic Feet = 2016 Bricks

Taking 10% Wastage of Bricks, 2016 +10% of 2016

=

**2218 Bricks**

**Final Result**

The total number of bricks required for 12×12 feet room of 4.5 inch wall is 2218 nos approximately.

So, we would need approximately

So, we would need approximately

**2218 bricks**to cover the walls of a 12×12 feet room with four walls of 4.5 Inch thickness, one door and one window, assuming a standard wall height of 9 feet and the standard brick size of 190×90×90 mm.It's important to note that this calculation is an estimate and may vary depending on factors such as the pattern of the brickwork, the size of the mortar joints and the amount of waste generated during construction. It's always a good idea to order a few extra bricks than what you think you'll need in the construction.

## Bricks Calculation For 12×12 Feet Room (9 Inch Wall)

**4435**bricks required for 12×12 feet room of

**9**inch with

**9 feet**wall height (brick work only), considering one door and one window in the room. We are using Indian standard brick size of 190×90×90 mm and mortar thickness 12 mm.

### Our Requirements and Considerations

To calculate the number of bricks required in 12x12 feet room of 9 inch wall, we need to ensure about some requirements in the room and some considerations in the construction.

**Our Requirements**

- Four sided walls
- One gate
- One window

Here, we are ignoring ventilation because its not required in the most of room.

**Our Consideration**

**s**

Consider the following measurements to calculate the number of bricks in the room:

- Four Sided Wall (Wall Size is 9 Feet Height × 12 Feet Width)
- One Door (Door Size is 4 Feet Height × 3 Feet Width)
- One Window (Window Size is 7 Feet Height × 3 Feet Width)
- Brick Size (Indian Standard Modular Brick Size of 190 × 90 × 90 mm)
- Mortar Thickness 12 mm (between 10 to 12 mm) and
- Wall Thickness is
**9 Inch**

### Area of Brick Work

We need to calculate the area of each wall separately because there are four walls in the room with one gate and one window. The total area of all four walls would be the sum of the areas of each wall after subtracting area of door and window.

- Length of the Room = 12 Feet
- Width of the Room = 12 Feet
- Height of the Wall = 9 Feet

### Area of Brick Walls, Door and Window Calculation

- Wall 1: 12 Feet Length × 9 Feet Height = 108 Square Feet
- Wall 2: 12 Feet Length × 9 Feet Height = 108 Square Feet
- Wall 3: 12 Feet Width × 9 Feet Height = 108 Square Feet
- Wall 4: 12 Feet Width × 9 Feet Height = 108 Square Feet
- Door 1: 3 Feet Width × 7 Feet Height = 21 Square Feet
- Window 1: 3 Feet Width × 4 Feet Height = 12 Square Feet

Total Area of Brick Wall = Area of (Wall 1 + Wall 2 + Wall 3 + Wall 4)

= 108 + 108 + 108 + 108 =

**432 Square Feet**### Net Area of Brick Wall

Net area of brick wall is found by subtracting the area of door and window from the total area of brick wall.

Net Area of Brick Wall

= Total Area of Brick Wall - Area of Door - Area of Window

= 432 Square Feet - 21 Square Feet - 12 Square Feet = 399 Square Feet

### Total Volume of Brick Wall

The Total Volume of Brick Wall

= Net Area of Brick Wall in Square Feet × Thickness of Brick Wall in Feet

= 399 × (9/12) =

Taking 10% Wastage of Bricks, 4032 +10% of 4032 =

It's important to note that this calculation is an estimate and may vary depending on factors such as the pattern of the brickwork, the size of the mortar joints and the amount of waste generated during construction. It's always a good idea to order a few extra bricks than what you think you'll need in the construction.

**299.25 Cubic Feet**### Calculation of Bricks

To calculate the number of bricks required for 12×12 feet room area of 9 inch wall, First of all we need to calculate the volume of a single brick with mortar.

**Volume of One Brick Without Mortar**

= Length of Brick × Width of Brick × Height of Brick

= 190 mm × 90 mm × 90 mm

= 1539000 mm3 or 0.05438 Cubic Feet.

**Volume of One Brick With 12 mm Thick Mortar**

= (Length of Brick+ Mortar Thickness) × (Width of Brick + Mortar Thickness) × (Height of Brick + Mortar Thickness)

= (190 mm+ 12 mm) × (90 mm + 12 mm) × (90 mm + 12 mm)

= 202 mm × 102 mm × 102 mm

= 2101608 mm3 or 0.07422 Cubic Feet

**Total Number of Bricks in 12**×**12 Feet Room of 9 Inch Wall**

Total Number of Bricks = Total Volume of Brick Wall/ Volume of One Brick With 12 mm Thick Mortar

= 299.25 Cubic Feet / 0.07422 Cubic Feet = 4032 Bricks

= 299.25 Cubic Feet / 0.07422 Cubic Feet = 4032 Bricks

Taking 10% Wastage of Bricks, 4032 +10% of 4032 =

**4435 Bricks**

**Final Result**

The total number of bricks required for 12×12 feet room of 9 inch wall is 4435 nos approximately.

So, we would need approximately

**4435 bricks**to cover the walls of a 12×12 feet room with four walls of 9 Inch thickness, one door and one window, assuming a standard wall height of 9 feet and the standard brick size of 190×90×90 mm.It's important to note that this calculation is an estimate and may vary depending on factors such as the pattern of the brickwork, the size of the mortar joints and the amount of waste generated during construction. It's always a good idea to order a few extra bricks than what you think you'll need in the construction.

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